First Year English Book-1 Lesson No. 11: I have a Dream Notes
Here are the questions and answers for Lesson No. 11: “I Have a Dream” in a shorter and simpler format:
Short an simple questions and answers
Q1. What was the cause of Negroes’ discontentment?
A1. The major cause of their discontentment was being hated, ignored, and treated as slaves in society.
Q2. What are the qualities of creative suffering?
A2. Creative suffering involves facing hardships and suffering with courage, without despair or disappointment.
Q3. What is Martin Luther King’s dream?
A3. Martin Luther King’s dream is of a future without racism in the United States, where all men are considered equal, and the principle of brotherhood prevails.
Q4. What should be the faith of Negroes?
A4. Their faith should be that unearned suffering is redemptive.
Q5. What was the necessity of pleading the case for Negroes’ freedom?
A5. Negroes were leading a life of slavery and being ignored, making it necessary to plead their case for freedom and equality.
Q6. What should be the criterion for judging a person?
A6. A person should not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
Q7. Do Negroes enjoy liberty in all parts of their country?
A7. No, Negroes do not enjoy liberty in all parts of their country.
Q8. From which parts of the country did the Negroes gather?
A8. The Negroes gathered from Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, and the northern cities.
Q9. Can you summarize the song in your own words?
A9. The song speaks of the land of liberty, a place of pride and freedom for all, and it calls for freedom to ring from every corner of the country.
Q10. What is the effect of the repetition of words?
A10. Repetition of words has a deep impact on the human mind, helping to reinforce and emphasize the subject matter.